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Vacation Bible Schools 05/26/10

National Heights Baptist, June 14-18
National Heights Baptist Church will host “Planet Zoom!” Vacation Bible School, June 14 through June 18 from 6 -8 p.m. The program is free and available to kids in kindergarten through fifth grade. Sign up at the registration party on Sunday, May 30 at 12:30 p.m. or sign up online at NHBCFayette.com.

Dogwood Baptist, June 14-17
High Seas Expedition Vacation Bible School (free) will be offered at Dogwood Church, Tyrone, June 14-17 from 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. for children who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade. For information, contact Kristie Kirk, director of children’s ministries, 770-487-6691 or visit the website, www.dogwoodchurch.org.

PTCUMC, June 21-25
Peachtree City United Methodist Church will host the “High Seas Expedition” Vacation Bible School, June 21 – 25, from 9 a.m. until noon each day. Children entering kindergarten through entering sixth grade will make new friends, hear Bible adventures, do crafts, play games, enjoy snacks, and learn music. Registration is open to the community. The $20 registration fee includes t-shirt and Bible buddies. Those planning to attend must register by June 6 to guarantee t-shirt sizes. For families with more than two children the fee is $50 maximum. All classes will meet at the PTCUMC Family Campus, 400 Windgate Rd. in Peachtree City. For more information call the church, 770-487-6499.

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